Wonderful video series by the OU with some knowledgeable talking heads from the industry including Phil Liggett MBE and the great Bernard Hinault.

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Comment by Dave Nash on November 23, 2013 at 19:37

Interesting point that the Condor Cycles designer makes that, fundamentally, the design of the bike has not changed in 100 years plus.

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